Assaf Dar Sagol is the co-founder and CEO of Polyverse Music. A company that creates unique plug-ins in collaboration with world renowned artists. Their first release is I Wish By Infected Mushroom. Assaf has produced and arranged albums for all major record companies in Israel, working with top notch artists and professionals of the Israeli music industry such as Idan Raichel, Assaf Amdursky, Ivri Lider, Rita Kleinstein and many more. Assaf has also been developing software synthesizers as part of Orbitone, Adern and now Polyverse. He has worked on music technology projects with world renowned artists such as Jordan Rudess and Infected Mushroom. Assaf has been the head of synthesis departments in â€œResonance College of Musicâ€ (2006-2009) and â€œSound Schoolâ€œ(2010). He has founded and managed the electronic music department in â€œRimon School of Musicâ€œ(2011-2014) â€“ Israelâ€™s leading music school.
In exploring the 432 Hz debate at Ask.Audio, we soon realised this topic wasn't going to be resolved in one article. Here Assaf Dar Sagol explores the fact and fiction behind tuning to 432 Hz.
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